8-azaguanine


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8-a·za·gua·nine

(ā-ză-gwah'nēn),
Guanine with N for C in position 8; a guanine antagonist that has been used in the treatment of acute leukemia.
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Thus, the aim of the study concerned; (i) the incubation of microshoots at 37C for several weeks for thermotherapeutic response, (ii) the usage of ribavirin, quercetin, and 8-azaguanine for chemotherapeutic response, (iii) the application of two-step freezing technique for cryotherapeutic-elimination of PPV from apricot in in vitro conditions.
On the contrary, inclusion of 8-azaguanine to the proliferation medium was found to be phytotoxic as no survival was obtained.